Synonyms for owino or Related words with owino
Examples of "owino"
runs a web development firm called
Solutions Ltd that he started while a student at Makerere University. His company has clients such as Uganda's national referral hospital, Mulago Hospital, telecom company Airtel Uganda and the Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA).
also founded Uganda's most popular online local sports platform called Kawowo Sports that publishes local and regional content.
is a Ugandan entrepreneur with business interests in IT, social media and sports. He is the founder and CEO of
Solutions and also the Founder of East African online sports platform, Kawowo Sports.
On October 27, 2014,
was the centre of a media discussion involving President of Uganda Yoweri Kaguta Museveni's social media profiles. Joseph
had originally helped streamline and verify the Ugandan president's official Facebook and Twitter accounts.
After the death of Daniel
Misiani, the leadership of his band "Shirati Jazz" was taken over by his wife and long-time band member "Queen Babito" (Beatrice Atieno
is member of the Kenya national football team and played 16 games here.
is married to his British wife, Daniella Boston with whom he lives in Kampala, Uganda.
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Kisumu RFC was revived in late 1990 by rugby enthusiasts led by Mike Omondi, Bella Maguys, Gordon Raila, Peter Openda, Jim
, Dennis Otti, Joseph
, Eric Ogot, Sammy Ogot, Susan Nyaribo, Bob Bengo, Paul Okong’o, Nasser Midamba, Trevor Mugwanga, John Mark Magana, Oyunga Pala, Felix Okech and Issa Mohamed Issa amongst others. After the initial positive response to training, Jimmy
was appointed club coach. His initial task was to build a team with more commitment and solidarity, and to weed out the complacent ‘feel good attitude’ that had led to the dissipation of the original Kisumu RFC.
In December 2011,
received the Ericsson Young Achievers Award for his contributions to the Ugandan Information and Communications Technology Sector.
(born 28 August 1983, in Kenya) is a Kenyan professional basketball player in the WNBA, formerly playing for the Washington Mystics.
His former partner Gun B (Robert Misiani), died on October 20, 2007 due to illness. Gun B was the son of famous benga musician Daniel
Ramogi has also been recoginised through his recordings with other Kenyan musicians such as Were Carey, Ochieng Kabaselleh, Daniel
Misiani and Tom Kodiyo
Audi (born 24 April 1981 in Nairobi) is a Kenyan footballer who is currently playing for Sofapaka in the Kenyan Premier League.
(born 5 February 1976) is a Kenyan former footballer who played as a defender. He played for Kenya at international level.
On October 26, 2014,
was arrested from his home in Kampala by police from the Special Investigations Unit. Sarah Kagingo, the Ugandan Special Presidential Assistant for Communications led the police to Owino's residence after accusing him of hacking into Yoweri Kaguta Museveni's social media profiles.
spent that night in jail at the Kireka "Wembley" Police Station, Special Investigations Unit in charge of Terrorism and serious crimes.
Collela Mazee (real name Richard
) was a Kenyan musician, who was a leading member of the Victoria Jazz band alongside Ochieng Nelly. They were among the originators of the benga music, a music genre with origins in Kenya's Luoland.
Collins Obuya (c), Harrison Angila, Boniface Anjere, Irfan Karim (wk), Rajesh Khetiya, Alfred Luseno, David Maina, Martin Mworia, Martin Okoth, Joseph
, Kirtan Patel, Henry Rudd, Vishal Shikotra, Subham Patel, Tarandeep Singh, Hiren Varaiya
Viboyo was born in 1984 to Nsubuga Moses. He started his music career in 1997 with hip-hop. In 2002 he changed to Afro-beat and released songs like "
Muwulire". He released his first album, "Boyo's Dream", in 2005.
is from Mombasa and she went to the Mombasa High School and then played for Kenya Commercial Bank in the Kenyan league, before moving to the US she also played briefly for Kenya Ports Authority.
Later on January 23, 2015, TWC announced an ensemble cast of supporting members, including James Parks, Dana Gourrier, Zoë Bell, Gene Jones, Keith Jefferson, Lee Horsley, Craig Stark, and Belinda
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